This too shall pass

by Rona Nushi

" Where she begin to understand was when she quit trying. There was a whole different reality from what she imagined it to be. Achieved, satisfied, completed and alone! Those words described her. What a paradox you'd say. Now that she has stepped up the stairs and imagined she could have anything much easier, someone tells her it's not necessarily to be good for everyone to love you. These words she's heard before, often! But life gets tough itself, often. If not, then what would be the meaning of good and bad? Well, everything's passable. This too shall pass."

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